Thomas J. Lukaszewski, 56, a vibration analyst for Delphi Harrison Thermal Systems in Lockport, died unexpectedly Saturday (Sept. 25, 1999) from an apparent heart attack in his South Wales home.
Born in Buffalo, he served in the Army in Vietnam in 1968-69 as a crew chief for the 192nd Assault Helicopter Company.
He and the former Bernadette Zemrok recently celebrated their 35th anniversary.
Lukaszewski was employed as a millwright at the General Motors plant on Delevan Avenue in Buffalo for 25 years before going to Delphi Harrison Thermal Systems in Lockport, where he was a vibration analyst. He also was the technical training associate for Department 757 at Delphi Harrison.
Lukaszewski was a member of the General Motors Standards Committee, Local 424, United Auto Workers in Buffalo and Local 686, UAW in Lackawanna.
With his wife, he enjoyed bowling and going to casinos with other family members. His other hobbies included hunting, fishing and the outdoors.
In addition to his wife, survivors include his mother, Anna, of Centerville, and sister, Barbara of Los Angeles.
A Mass of Christian Burial will be offered at 10 a.m. Wednesday in St. Joseph's Catholic Church, Main Street, Holland. Burial will be in St. Joseph's Cemetery in Holland.
( O'BRIEN )